Ivica Dacic, Serbia's outgoing Foreign Minister, said on Thursday, that President Aleksandar Vucic "in a fierce way" refused the point on the paper offered to Serbia's delegation at the start of the Belgrade – Pristina talks at the White House which meant Belgarde's recognition of Kosovo independence.
Vucic and Kosovo Prime MInister are in Washington for the Belgarde - Pristina dialogue on the normalisation of relations which is facilitated by the US President Donald Trump's special envoy for the talks Richard Grenell and National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien.
"I was told from Washington that Vucic in a fierce way rebuffed that point. He has clearly said it is unacceptable for Serbia and that he will behave in line with (Serbia's) Constitution. Besides, the issue is not whether Vucic will accept or not," Dacic told the pro-regime Pink TV.
He said that a paper with such content had never been presented to Serbia's delegation before.
"The word was about other things, but this was an attempt to extend the agenda besides the economic issues," Dacic said.